Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Trinity Yachts Deliver 187ft 'Lady Linda'

After her successful launch at the end of last year 2011, Trinity have just completed the handover/delivery of the 57m (187ft) Lady Linda to her new owners a couple from Florida. Since being delivered she has crossed the Atlantic for a summer of fun in the Mediterranean where she will also attended the Monaco Yacht Show in September.

The owners knew exactly what they wanted when they went to build their third Trinity and the most important features were that she needed to be built for docking behind their Florida residence and capable of handling the shallow waters of the Bahamas. Trinity accomplished the shallow water cruising with an expansive beam of 10.2m (33.4ft) that allowed for a 2.4m (8ft) draft. This will allow Lady Linda cruise in shallow waters, enter shallow berths, port and destinations which are generally unavailable to yachts of this size.

Her accommodation includes a full beam owners suite forward on the main deck which includes his and her showers and a full office. There are 4 guest cabins on the lower deck with great sea views in each cabin which are spacious, all en suite and are decorated with granite, marble and soft earthy colours, and all designed by interior designer Evan Marshall of London. There is also a gym behind the bridge that can be changed into a 5th guest cabin if needed to raise the number of guest accommodation to 12.

Photo: Alex Pfotenhauer

One unique feature to her design is the floor to ceiling doors on the sundeck to deflect the wind away from the guests, a first in design for Trinity. The sundeck also features a large bar and seating area, a hot tub, a touch and go helipad and a davit suitable for rescue tender, jet skis and water toys. There is plenty of space throughout the yacht for guest to relax and socialize, be it in the main saloon, sky lounge or out on the aft decks. If you are in the Med this summer keep a close lookout for her, currently she is anchored just off Cannes in the South of France.

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